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Audi Q2 Genfer Automobilsalon 2016
Audi Q2
Audi
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Production 2016-Present
Class Compact SUV
Body Style 5-door wagon
Length 4,191 mm (165.0 in)
Width 1,794 mm (70.6 in)
Height 1,508 mm (59.4 in)
Wheelbase 2,601 mm (102.4 in)
Weight 1,205 kg (2,657 lb)
Transmission 6-speed manual

7-speed S-tronic DSG

Engine Gasoline

1.0 TFSI I3 (turbocharged) 1.4 TFSI COD I4 (turbocharged) 2.0 TFSI I4 (turbocharged) Diesel 1.6 TDI I4 (turbocharged) 2.0 TDI I4 (turbocharged)

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Similar Volkswagen Group MQB platform
Designer Marc Lichte

The Audi Q2 is a compact sport utility vehicle developed and manufactured by Audi. It was first unveiled to the public on March 1, 2016 at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show. The vehicle, which is being manufactured at the Audi headquarters in Ingolstadt, Germany, is based on Volkswagen's MQB platform. It will be available starting November 2016.

Design Edit

The Q2's front face is formed flat and in an upwards slant, like the other models of Audi's Q series. The interior incorporates a 5.8 inch Audi MMI display and a 12.3 inch virtual cockpit display.

The car also employs an LED ambient lighting system, which projects differently colored light into the car, depending on the time of day.

Avaible colors Edit

The Audi Q2 is available in the following colors

Orange,

Data Edit

TFSI 1.4 TFSI COD 2.0 TFSI 1.6 TDI 2.0 TDI
Years 2016
Fuel type Gasoline Diesel
Engine type Straight-three, fuel injection Inline-four, fuel injection Inline-four, fuel injection, Diesel particulate filter
Forced induction Turbocharger
Capacity 999 cm³ 1395 cm³ 1984 cm³ 1598 cm³ 1968 cm³
max. power at min−1 85 kW (116 PS)/5500 110 kW (150 PS)/5000–6000 140 kW (190 PS)/4200–6000 85 kW (116 PS)/3250–4000 110 kW (150 PS)/3500–4000 140 kW (190 PS)/3500–4000
max. torque at min−1 200 Nm/2000–3500 250 Nm/1500–3500 320 Nm/1450–4150 250 Nm/1500–3200 340 Nm/1750–3000 400 Nm/1900–3300
Drivetrain, series FWD AWD(quattro) FWD AWD (quattro)
Drivetrain, optional AWD (quattro) AWD (quattro)
Transmission, series 6-speed manual 7-speedS-tronicDSG 6-speed manual 7-speedS-tronicDSG
Transmission, optional 7-speed S-tronic DSG 7-speed S-tronic DSG
Curb weight 1205 kg
max. cockpit load
Acceleration, 0–100 km/h 10,5–10,7 s 8,5–9,0 s 6,8 s 10,7 s 8,5–8,7 s 7,0 s
Top speed 190 km/h (118 mph) 205–208 km/h (127–129 mph) 219 km/h (136 mph) 190 km/h (118 mph) 202–208 km/h (126–129 mph) 218 km/h (135 mph)
Fuel consumption
CO2emissions
Emission standard Euro 6

Awards Edit

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Current

A1 · A1 Quattro · A3 · S3 · RS3 · A4 · S4 · A4 Allroad Quattro · A5 · S5 · RS5 · A5 Sportback · S5 Sportback · A6 · S6 · RS6 · A6 Allroad Quattro · A7 Sportback · A8 · S8 · TT · Q3 · Q5 · Q7 · R8 · R8 V10 · R8 Spyder · R4 (upcoming)

Historic

50 · 80 · 90 · 4000 · 100 · 200 · 5000 · A2 · Quattro · RS2 Avant · S2 · UrS4/S6 · V8 · 72 · Cabriolet · Type M · RS4 · Type E

Racing

Quattro S1 · R8 LMP · R10 LMP · Sport · 90 IMSA GTO · R8 LMS (privateer) · R15 TDI · R15 TDI Plus · TT RS DTM · R18 TDI

Concept

Allroad Quattro Concept · Avantissimo · Avus Quattro · Steppenwolf · Le Mans Quattro · Nuvolari Quattro · Pikes Peak Quattro · Roadjet · RSQ (from I, Robot) · Shooting Brake · Rosemeyer · R-Zero · Cross Coupe Quattro · TT Coupe Concept · TTS Roadster Concept · Le Mans Quattro · Q7 V12 TDI Concept · Asso di Picche · A4 e Concept · Virtuea Quattro Concept · A1 Metroproject Quattro Concept · Cross Cabriolet Quattro Concept · R8 V12 TDi Concept · Q7 V12 TDI Coastline Concept · A3 TDI Clubsport Quattro Concept · TT Clubsport Quattro Concept · A1 Sportback Concept · A4 TDI concept e · R25 Concept · Sportback Concept · Quattro Spyder Concept · Q5 Custom Concept · R8 e-Tron Concept · e-Tron Concept · A1 e-Tron Concept · e-tron Spyder Concept · Quattro Concept · TT GT4 Concept

Other

TTS Pikes Peak


Auto Union · Audi Centre of Excellence · Audi Channel · Audi Driving Experience · ASF · S/RS Model List · Quattro All-Wheel Drive System · MMI · CVT · FSI · TDI


August Horch Corporate website A subsidiary of the Volkswagen Group


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